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Stanley Cup Playoff Record Holders


Let's take a look at the key individual records achieved in Stanley Cup playoff history:

MOST STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS:
11, Henri Richard, Montreal Canadiens.
10, Jean Beliveau, Montreal Canadiens.
10, Yvan Cournoyer, Montreal Canadiens.

MOST PLAYOFF SEASONS:
23, Chris Chelios, Montreal Canadiens, Chicago Blackhawks and Detroit Red Wings.
21, Ray Bourque, Boston Bruins and Colorado Avalanche.
20, Gordie Howe, Detroit Red Wings and Hartford Whalers.
20, Larry Robinson, Montreal Canadiens and Los Angeles Kings.
20, Larry Murphy, Los Angeles Kings, Washington Capitals, Minnesota North Stars, Pittsburgh Penguins, Toronto Maple Leafs, Detroit Red Wings.
20, Scott Stevens, Washington Capitals, St. Louis Blues, New Jersey Devils.

MOST CONSECUTIVE PLAYOFF SEASONS:
20, Larry Robinson, Montreal Canadiens and Los Angeles Kings.

MOST PLAYOFF GAMES:
236, Mark Messier, Edmonton Oilers and New York Rangers.

MOST PLAYOFF GAMES FOR A GOALTENDER:
247, Patrick Roy, Montreal Canadiens and Colorado Avalanche.

MOST PLAYOFF VICTORIES FOR A GOALTENDER:
151, Patrick Roy, Montreal Canadiens and Colorado Avalanche.

MOST SHUTOUTS IN PLAYOFFS:
23, Patrick Roy, Montreal Canadiens and Colorado Avalanche.

MOST SHUTOUTS FOR A GOALTENDER IN A PLAYOFF SEASON:
7, Martin Brodeur, New Jersey in 2003.

MOST CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUTS FOR A GOALTENDER:
3, Clint Benedict, Montreal Maroons, 1926.
3, John Roach, New York Rangers, 1929.
3, Frank McCool, Toronto Maple Leafs, 1945.
3, Brent Johnson, St. Louis Blues, 2002.
3, Patrick Lalime, Ottawa Senators, 2002.
3, Jean-Sebastien Giguere, Mighty Ducks of Anaheim, 2003.

MOST POINTS SCORED IN PLAYOFFS:
382, Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton Oilers, Los Angeles Kings, St. Louis Blues, New York Rangers.

MOST GOALS SCORED IN PLAYOFFS:
122, Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton Oilers, Los Angeles Kings, St. Louis Blues, New York Rangers.

MOST ASSISTS SCORED IN PLAYOFFS:
260, Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton Oilers, Los Angeles Kings, St. Louis Blues, New York Rangers.

MOST OVERTIME GOALS SCORED IN PLAYOFFS:
8, Joe Sakic, Colorado Avalanche.

MOST POINTS SCORED IN STANLEY CUP FINAL:
13, Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton Oilers, vs. Boston Bruins, 1988.

MOST GOALS SCORED IN STANLEY CUP FINAL:
9, Babe Dye, Toronto St. Pats vs Vancouver Millionaires, 1922.

MOST ASSISTS SCORED IN STANLEY CUP FINAL:
10, Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton Oilers, vs. Boston Bruins, 1988.

MOST POINTS SCORED IN A PLAYOFF SEASON:
47, Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton Oilers, 1985.

MOST GOALS SCORED IN A PLAYOFF SEASON:
19, Reggie Leach, Philadelphia Flyers, 1976.
19, Jari Kurri, Edmonton Oilers, 1985.

MOST ASSISTS SCORED IN A PLAYOFF SEASON:
31, Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton Oilers, 1988.

MOST POINTS SCORED BY A DEFENCEMAN IN A PLAYOFF SEASON:
37, Paul Coffey, Edmonton Oilers, 1985.

MOST GOALS SCORED BY A DEFENCEMAN IN A PLAYOFF SEASON:
12, Paul Coffey, Edmonton Oilers, 1985.

MOST ASSISTS SCORED BY A DEFENSEMAN IN A PLAYOFF SEASON:
25, Paul Coffey, Edmonton Oilers, 1985.

MOST POINTS SCORED BY A ROOKIE IN A PLAYOFF SEASON:
21, Dino Ciccarelli, Minnesota North Stars, 1981.

MOST GOALS SCORED BY A ROOKIE IN A PLAYOFF SEASON:
14, Dino Ciccarelli, Minnesota North Stars, 1981.

MOST POINTS SCORED IN A PLAYOFF GAME:
8, Patrik Sundstrom, New Jersey Devils, vs. Washington Capitals, April 22, 1988.
8, Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh Penguins, vs. Philadephia Flyers, April 25, 1989.

MOST GOALS SCORED IN A PLAYOFF GAME:
5, Newsy Lalonde, Montreal Canadiens, vs. Ottawa Senators, March 1, 1919.
5, Maurice Richard, Montreal Canadiens, vs. Toronto Maple Leafs, March 23, 1944.
5, Darryl Sittler, Toronto Maple Leafs, vs. Philadelphia Flyers, April 22, 1976.
5, Reggie Leach, Philadelphia Flyers, vs. Boston Bruins, May 6, 1976.
5, Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh Penguins, vs. Philadelphia Flyers, April 25, 1989.

MOST ASSISTS SCORED IN A PLAYOFF GAME:
6, Mikko Leinonen, New York Rangers, vs. Philadelphia Flyers, April 8, 1982.
6, Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton Oilers, vs. Los Angeles Kings, April 9, 1987.

MOST POINTS SCORED BY A DEFENCEMAN IN A PLAYOFF GAME:
6, Paul Coffey, Edmonton Oilers, vs. Chicago Black Hawks, May 14, 1985.

MOST THREE-GOAL (OR MORE) GAMES IN PLAYOFFS:
10, Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton Oilers, Los Angeles Kings, St. Louis Blues, New York Rangers.

MOST THREE-GOAL (OR MORE) GAMES IN A PLAYOFF SEASON:
4, Jari Kurri, Edmonton Oilers, 1985.

MOST THREE-GOAL (OR MORE) GAMES IN A PLAYOFF SERIES:
3, Jari Kurri, Edmonton Oilers, vs. Chicago Black Hawks, 1985 conference final.

MOST EVEN-STRENGTH GOALS SCORED IN A PLAYOFF CAREER:
77, Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton Oilers, Los Angeles Kings, St. Louis Blues, New York Rangers.

MOST GAME-WINNING GOALS SCORED IN A PLAYOFF CAREER:
24, Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton Oilers, Los Angeles Kings, St. Louis Blues, New York Rangers.
24, Brett Hull, St. Louis Blues, Dallas Stars, Detroit Red Wings.

MOST GAME-WINNING GOALS SCORED IN A PLAYOFF SERIES:
4, Mike Bossy, New York Islanders, 1983 CF vs Boston.

MOST GAME-WINNING GOALS SCORED IN A PLAYOFF SEASON:
7, Brad Richards, Tampa Bay Lightning, 2004.

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